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On 8 March 2021, following ratification at a meeting of Renfe's administrative council, the operator announced that it will order 211 high-capacity EMUs for Cercanías, the commuter rail systems of Spain's major metropolitan areas.
One of the vehicles currently being tested on the OETD IK Żmigród circuit is the first of ten KISS double-deck EMUs for SŽ.
Tåg i Bergslagen (TiB) of Sweden announced that it had chosen Stadler to deliver 6 + 1 four-car DOSTO EMUs.
As we described earlier, during production of the second batch of MÁV-START KISS EMUs, Stadler switched from road to rail transport of these trains.
Stadler at present produces the Class 815 six-car double deck KISS EMUs for MÁV-START.
BLS is currently acquiring two fleets of EMUs from Stadler. Let's take a closer look at their purpose and deliveries.
On 15 June 2020 AB Transitio has ordered 12 more Class ER1 four-car DOSTO EMUs from Stadler.
On 17 April the Austrian Ministry of Transport temporarily awarded WESTbahn and ÖBB a temporary PSO contract for the Wien - Salzburg route.
On 29 January 2020 we visited Stadler Siedlce. This works is now, in addition to Class 777 EMUs and various types of FLIRTs, also building trams for Poland and Germany.
Following the modification programme, DB announced it is prepared for start of the new IC 17 Dresden - Berlin - Rostock service, scheduled for 8 March 2020.
The first of four-car Class 4110 KISS EMUs is wearing the DB's long distance livery.
Hungarian state owned passenger operator MÁV-START and Stadler have signed the contract for 21 KISS EMUs worth around 313 million EUR.
With the start of the 2020 timetable the Stadler-built Dosto EMUs entered regular service in Sweden.
Today, WESTbahn, Stadler and Austrian Train Finance AG (wholly owned by Peter Spuhler's PCS Holding) signed the contract worth under 300 million...